A 7-post collection

A Brief History of Bentwood Furniture

While bentwood furniture seems sleek and modern, its origins are decidedly 19th century. We offer a wide ranging collection of new and antique bentwood seating, dating from the 1870s to today. All of our bentwood furniture comes right from the source, with roots in the centuries-old tradition of steam-bent, laminated »

Portland Flea + Food: Shop Local The Last Sunday Of Every Month

Join us the last Sunday of every month for PORTLAND FLEA + FOOD, a new monthly market in collaboration with Portland Flea and Jacobsen Salt Co. After hosting one of Portland's premier makers' and vintage home goods markets for almost two years, we proudly invite you to shop even more local »

The Ins And Outs Of Outdoor Entertaining

With warmer days quickly approaching, blur the line between the indoors and out with favorite finds from our newest outdoor collections and easy updates to lighting, hardware, furniture, and decor that embrace simplicity while inviting guests to get comfortable and stay awhile. Made-in-Germany, our Newberg Beer Garden Collection makes itself »

Our Take On Green: Antiques & Vintage

Ever on the hunt for one-of-a-kind antique treasures and rare vintage pieces, our team travels America searching for lighting, hardware, furniture, and other historically significant pieces that stand the test of time. Salvaged from large antique shows, estate sales, and a handful of pickers across the country, pieces are revived »

Three Looks in Industrial Stools

Industrial stools are a timeless addition to a kitchen, no matter your style. We love these three styles not just for their sturdy, practical designs—we also love the stories behind them. The Aurora Stool is a true American original. An industrial staple made by the same Illinois manufacturer that’ »

My All American: The Customizable Canby Table

Our American-made Canby table is the result of a coast-to-coast collaboration. Wisconsin-welded steel geometric bases pair with wood-slab tops sourced from Oregon and the Appalachians. Combined, these elements present a fresh-faced & sturdy countenance that feels--well--downright American. Setting an American-made table Not only are its materials and construction all-American, so »